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Thursday August 12, 2021
Oregon indoor mask mandate will go into effect Friday
PORTLAND, Oregon — Oregon will start requiring masks indoors starting on Friday, August 13, the same day a similar mask mandate was set to go into effect in Multnomah County. The latest order from Oregon Governor Kate Brown will apply to all Oregonians older than five. On public transit, however, all children older than two will have to mask up. Citing a rise in COVID-19 cases and record hos ...
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Wednesday August 11, 2021
Oregon reports 1,991 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 8 new deaths
August 11, 2021 Oregon reports 1,991 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 8 new deaths PORTLAND, Oregon — There are eight new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 2,920, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today. Oregon Health Authority reported 1,991 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today, bringing t ...
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Wednesday August 11, 2021
Shooting in Madison South Neighborhood -- Multiple Victims
This release contains updated biographical information. The two victims who died at the scene of the shooting Tuesday morning have been identified as 45-year-old David Turner and 50-year-old Odion Turner, whose age was incorrect in an earlier release. David and Odion Turner are cousins. Their families have been notified of their deaths and provided the attached photographs for public release. ...
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Wednesday August 11, 2021
California Man Dies in Drowning at Scotts Mills City Park
On August 11,2021 at 3:03 pm, deputies responded to a report of a male spotted under the waterfalls at Scotts Mills Park that had drowned. Children were swimming in the water at the base of the falls when they spotted what appeared to be a male figure underneath the water. When deputies arrived they were directed to the falls area. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Dive Team was request ...
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Wednesday August 11, 2021
Fall Native Plant Sale: Online Ordering Opens Sunday, August 15!
Plants for the Planet ~ Proceeds for the Community If this summer is teaching us anything, it's that the planet, its people, and its feathered and furry inhabitants need climate resilient landscapes now more than ever before. Join the movement, as an army of gardeners and land stewards grow the landscape of the future. Online ordering for
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Wednesday August 11, 2021
Amateur Radio Enthusiasts meet at the Toledo Waterfront
TOLEDO, Oregon - This year, the LCSO Volunteers completed their annual Field Day on June 25th at the Toledo Waterfront Park. A total of 15 volunteers completed over 127 hours of service during the event. Last year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Field Day was held with a small number of volunteers and social distancing in place. The 2020 event focused on remote communications. For over ...
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Wednesday August 11, 2021
Oregon health care workers to get COVID vaccine or be tested
PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) - Oregon health care workers will be required to be vaccinated or undergo weekly testing, Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday. Officials say the new rule will apply beginning Sept. 30 — giving time for employers to prepare for implementation and for unvaccinated health care workers to become fully vaccinated. “The more contagious delta variant has changed everything. Th ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
Oregon hospitals experiencing COVID surge
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — As coronavirus cases continue to spike in Oregon, health officials describe the dire situation they are seeing play out in hospitals — especially among unvaccinated people. As of Friday, 496 people are hospitalized in Oregon due to COVID-19. Based on data from the state health authority, the state’s record of people hospitalized was 622 during November’s surge when vaccine ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
Man who sold drugs, bought guns tied to shootings sentenced
PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) — A Portland, Oregon man who sold counterfeit Oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl and trafficked guns to gang members has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison, authorities said. Aumontae Wayne Smith, 22, was also sentenced Monday to five years’ supervised release, according to U.S. Attorney Scott Erik Asphaug of the District of Oregon. Smith and an unnam ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
Oregon requires masks indoors, vaccines for state employees
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — As Oregon surpassed its COVID-19 hospitalization record on Tuesday, Gov. Kate Brown announced that she is issuing two new coronavirus-related mandates — a vaccination requirement for state employees and statewide indoor mask requirements. The details about statewide mask requirement will be outlined during a news conference Wednesday. “After a year and a half of this pa ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
New principal of Wind River Middle School Takes Command
Tuesday, August 10, 2021-Stevenson, WA-Stevenson-Carson School District proudly introduces Dr. Benton Dorman as the new principal of Wind River Middle School starting with the 2021-2022 school year. The district reopened Wind River Middle School full-time beginning in November 2020 with administrative duties shared between the principal and assistant principal at Stevenson High School. When the ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
Missing 16-year old boy with medical needs
The Hillsboro Police Department needs the public’s help in locating a missing 16-year old boy who is at risk with medical needs. We are looking for Ryan Williams, who was last seen on August 8, 2021, in the Hillsboro High School area (SE River Rd. and SE Rood Bridge Rd.). Ryan is 5’06”, 120-lbs., and was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt, shorts, and no glasses. Ryan left home without his cell ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
SALEM, Oregon - Today, a Marion County Grand Jury unanimously found that Salem Police Officer Nathan Bush was justified in using deadly force against Arcadio Castillo III on July 9, 2021. The Grand Jury’s findings today stem from an incident that began in the late evening of Friday, July 9, 2021, when Salem Police Officer Nathan Bush responded to a report of an ongoing domestic violence situat ...

Tuesday August 10, 2021
Three Injured In Saturday Shooting Incidents in Portland
On Saturday, August 7, 2021, in addition to a homicide, Portland Police responded to three shooting incidents which resulted in a person being wounded. At about 2:11 a.m., officers responded to a shooting in the Glenfair neighborhood, near Northeast 148th Avenue and East Burnside Street. When officers got to the scene they found a victim and provided first aid until medical personnel arrived. T ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
Gresham Police Investigate Deadly Sunday Morning Crash, Suspect and Victim identified
Gresham, Oregon - Just after midnight on Sunday, August 8th, 2021, a deadly crash occurred at NE 162nd avenue and NE Glisan street. A Honda Accord traveling south on NE 162nd entered the intersection on a green traffic signal, and at the same time a Chevrolet Caprice traveling west on NE Glisan ran a red traffic signal at a high rate of speed. The Caprice hit the Accord directly in the driver's do ...
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Tuesday August 10, 2021
Hoover Criminal Gang Member Sentenced to Federal Prison for Drug and Gun Offenses
PORTLAND, Oregon — A known Hoover Criminal Gang member and resident of Portland was sentenced to federal prison today for his role in a fentanyl trafficking conspiracy. Aumontae Wayne Smith, 22, was sentenced to 70 months in federal prison and five years’ supervised release. According to court documents and testimony, Smith and an unnamed accomplice conspired with one another to distribute c ...
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Sunday August 8, 2021
Shots give COVID-19 survivors big immune boost, studies show
Even people who have recovered from COVID-19 are urged to get vaccinated, especially as the extra-contagious delta variant surges — and a new study shows survivors who ignored that advice were more than twice as likely to get reinfected. Friday’s report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention adds to growing laboratory evidence that people who had one bout of COVID-19 get a dramatic ...
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Sunday August 8, 2021
On August 6, 2021 ,just after 7:00pm Lane County Sheriff’s deputies located a stolen vehicle in the Creswell area being driven by 30 year old Kyle Kalcich. The deputies attempted to initiate a traffic stop however Kalcich sped away at a high rate of speed eastbound on Cloverdale Rd. Deputies pursued him as he eventually went eastbound on Hwy. 58 then northbound on Parkway Rd. towards Springfield ...

Saturday August 7, 2021
Want to go out in Portland? Plan to show proof of COVID vaccination at these places
Some of Portland most popular bars, restaurants and venues will require proof of vaccination for anyone going inside. PORTLAND, Oregon — As coronavirus cases surge across the state, some of Portland's most popular bars, restaurants and venues are now requiring proof of vaccination. Here are the places in Portland where you'll be required to prove you've been vaccinated against COVID-19 to en ...
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Saturday August 7, 2021
'I want to see more choice:' Parents react to mask mandate for students in Oregon
LANE COUNTY, Oregon — More local parents are speaking out against mask requirements for k-12 schools. Families are urging local school districts to push back against the statewide requirement. Parents have shown up to make their voices heard, both at public protests and local school district meetings. A major theme for them is wanting masks to be a choice for their children this fall. ...
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Saturday August 7, 2021
Everyday Heroes: Friends work together to find a kidney for Oregon woman
PORTLAND, Oregon — As a Portland-area woman faces a life of daily dialysis to survive her kidney disease, a group of her friends is pulling out all the stops to find her a donor for a new kidney. Time is running out, but she and her "tribe" of women are not going to quit. When Cathy Gidley and KC Strader met, they were both dancers for the One More Time Around Again Marching Band, a regular ...
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Saturday August 7, 2021
Oregon releases new information on heat wave victims; most lived in Portland
PORTLAND, Oregon — We're learning more about the Oregonians who died of hyperthermia during June’s historic heat wave, as the state released a report detailing their names, addresses, race/ethnicity, and date of death on Friday. The state medical examiner at first refused requests to have the identities released. Then last week, the Oregon Attorney General ordered its release. Most of those ...
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Friday August 6, 2021
Volunteers needed to fill two vacancies on County Opportunity Grant Program Advisory Committee
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) is accepting applications to fill two positions on a committee that allocates funding to county projects that involve recreational vehicle camping. The seven-member County Opportunity Grant Program Advisory Committee (also referred to as the County Parks Assistance Advisory Committee) is seeking a representative of a county parks department and a r ...
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Friday August 6, 2021
Gilchrist, Sun Pass state forests in Klamath County closed to public use
KLAMATH FALLS, Oregon – Due to extreme fire danger, the Gilchrist and Sun Pass state forests in Klamath County are closed to public entry and use until further notice effective Friday, August 6. This covers approximately 98,000 acres of land managed by the Oregon Department of Forestry in Klamath County. Please note this action currently applies only to the Sun Pass and Gilchrist state forests. ...
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Thursday August 5, 2021
Oregon high school custodian arrested for alleged plan to carry out mass shooting
MEDFORD, Oregon — Police arrested a 24-year-old who worked as a high school custodian in southern Oregon after investigators say he was planning a possible "mass casualty event." The Jackson County District Attorney's Office has filed numerous charges, including attempted murder, against Kristopher Clay who worked as a custodian at South Medford High School. According to a press release from ...
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Thursday August 5, 2021
Man Arrested for Feeding Rat Poison to Neighbor's Dogs
On Tuesday, August 3, 2021, Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputies contacted a husband and wife who said they thought their neighbor was trying to kill their two small dogs with rat poison. A deputy responded to a home in the community of Bethany, located in the Enhanced Sheriff’s Patrol District (ESPD). After speaking with the husband and wife, deputies learned that cooked hamburger meat ...
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Thursday August 5, 2021
PCC hosting a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its Southeast Campus on Aug. 11
Southeast Portland, Oregon – Portland Community College will host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its Southeast Campus from 2-6p.m., Wednesday, August 11, in collaboration with Multnomah County’s Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) and Medical Teams International. The clinic is free to everyone 12 years of age or older, and will offer the Pfizer vaccine. No proof of insurance, ...
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Thursday August 5, 2021
Second Alarm Fire in Beaverton Damages Three Homes and Displaces Residents
Firefighters from TVF&R and Hillsboro Fire & Rescue responded to a second-alarm fire in the 1700 block of SW Harvey Way in Beaverton just after 2:00 p.m. August 5, 2021 . Callers to 911 reported seeing flames and smoke coming from a backyard between multiple homes in a residential neighborhood. First-arriving firefighters found heavy flames coming from a two-story home that begun spreading to ...
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Thursday August 5, 2021
PORTLAND, Oregon — Parents, if you have kids at home twelve years and older, that haven't gotten the coronavirus vaccine yet, physicians say it's time to get them that first dose. Back to school is such an exciting time, and we definitely just want to get back to normal as much as we can and as fast as we can. But we definitely have to take precautions," said Nell Rafalovich, physician assistan ...

Wednesday August 4, 2021
Brown supports Portland I-5 highway expansion proposal
SALEM, Oregon — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown supports moving forward with a plan that would expand Interstate 5 through Portland’s Rose Quarter while spending more than $1 billion to build a “cap” over the freeway to rebuild a community wrecked by its initial construction. Speaking before a meeting of stakeholder and advisory groups convened by the Oregon Department of Transportation, Brown also conf ...
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